The Q&A Archives: Mandevilla

Question: I have a mandevilla plant and it does get sun during the afternoon the coloring of the leaves have changed and have no flowering. The color is light brown-green. What is wrong with it?

Answer: Denice,

Your mandevilla is probably suffering from soil moisture extremes either too dry or too soggy wet. Dig down a few inches and feel the soil. Allow it to dry out just slightly between waterings. Also give it a boost of a soluble fertilizer such as Miracle Gro at the label rate.

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